Friday, May 21, 2010 20:38
Rand Paul Strikes Back At Mainstream Media Smear Machine Would be Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has hit back at a desperate
and sustained mainstream media attempt to smear him as a racist extremist
following his historic primary victory earlier this week.
Pirates Terrorize Boaters on Border Lake
With machine-guns in hand, Mexico’s deadliest cartel is patrolling
the waters of a Texas border lake. These pirates have already ambushed
three, possibly four boats, operating with virtual impunity, stealing
cash and electronics at machine gun point.
‘Problem’ Banks at 775 A total of 775 banks, or one-tenth of all U.S.
banks, were on the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s list of “problem”
institutions in the first quarter, as bad loans in the commercial real-estate
market weighed on bank balance sheets.
Slams "Outrage" Of Calderon Lecture On Immigration
Following Mexican President Felipe Calderon's attack on the second amendment
and his lecturing on American immigration policy, Congressman Tom McClintock
described Calderon's behavior as an "outrage" during a speech
on the House floor yesterday, pointing out that America treats immigrants
far better than the brutal way they are dealt with in Mexico.
Time To Speak Out
The technetronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled
regime in Europe Stocks plunged again Thursday as more investors woke up to the
possibility that economic problems such as Europe’s debt crisis
might spread around the world and stop the growing recovery in the US.
President Wants to Disarm Americans
Mexican President Felipe Calderón called upon the United
States Congress to re-enact the assault weapons ban in a bid to
disarm the American people as they are integrated into the North
American Union system.
Condemns Attack on S. Korean Warship
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton harshly condemned North
Korea on Friday for a deadly torpedo attack on a South Korean Navy
warship last March, and promised to marshal an international response
in the coming week with Japan, China and other countries.
to expand national DNA arrest database
Millions of Americans arrested for but not convicted of crimes will
likely have their DNA forcibly extracted and added to a national
database, according to a bill approved by the U.S. House of Representatives